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Commander Steve Rogers crash-lands on a planet inhabited solely by women. All of the men were killed in a mining accident some twenty years before. The town where he wakes up is straight out of the old west. Both the sheriff and the mayor of the town take an immediate liking to Steve and each tries to claim him for themselves. The local bar maid is also interested but not quite as pushy as the first two. It looks like our man Steve may be trapped on the planet of beautiful women. But as usual in these things you need to be careful what you wish for since you might get it. Written by
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On a dusty frontier planet occupied only by women, a male space traveller crashlands, causing the population to go nuts with the lady sheriff and her "lover" (see below for clarification), the town mayor, fighting over him.
In this film, the characters just dance around a lot in skimpy attire while someone plays the electric guitar in the background. For example, the inevitable lesbian scene (which had the potential to be great) ends up with the two main female characters (one of whom is Leslie Kay Sterling, who now stars on "As the World Turns" and would probably like to forget she ever did this) just rubbing up against each other, never even taking off their lingerie.
Just skip it.
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